I like green photos, from great landscape photography, to plant photography. I love the subject of this image. A nature that takes control again and tries to recover a lost territory. Civilization remains being devoured by an exuberant nature. Ironic.
ight and shadow, life and death. A lot to read from this image.
Patagonia Mountain, Chile
I like the overall "vintage" feeling of this image, but what i most like about this one is that it suggests a lot more than it tells. You can read in this image the story of many lives saved... or not.
I love this Landscape in Colour 1 by Charles Hallsworht. From the grainny texture, to the surreal color gradient, the "lo-fi" appearance... A photograph that looks like a painting.
Landscape in Colour 1
I like this one, just because I love to photograph stairs. I don't know why, but it's one of my favourite subjects. Maybe because they are really photogenic? In this case I love the texture, the low key, the crop, the absence of humans... all this gives the image a mystery halo very appealing to me.
Painter Gimeno Staircase
I like Jess Douglas' illustrations. I like those isolated urban landscapes lost in the plain background inmensity.
If Jess finds beauty in the ugly and mundane, I find beauty in her illustrations.
I love the way Lauren impersonates Che Guevara and by doing so, she adds new meanings to this iconic image. I see a lot of references here, questions about identity, about power and gender, and about Photography itself.
Thank you Alfredo, for sharing these thoughts with us!